CNet has put together thoughts from the staff and the readers to come up with the perfect email application.
I’d say their suggestion looks a bit too much like what we already know. This is just a feature request more than a whole new idea of how to treat incoming mail. Why not just throw the regular apps away for a couple of hours, and rethink what actually could be achieved with the old smtp?
Just saw this panel discussion from reboot 4 again. It seems strange to me that it took so many words at that time to explain what a weblog is, rather than how it will affect the media. A question from the audience: “what is the difference between a weblog and a webpage?” was applauded, demonstrating the general opinion. I guess that opinion, or, view has changed a lot during the year.
Of course, you could argue that little of this is new. People have always whispered at meetings and interrupted speakers with awkward interjections.
Reflections on how wi-fi will change conferences, and how it gave PC-Forum a wireless twist.